Parents Accused of Abusing Kids with Pranks Says It's Fake and Was for Fame

Parents, Heather and Martin, have made quite the business off of pranking their children. They run a YouTube account with over 736,000 subscribers. What's the appeal? Watching their kids in total distress. Their latest big hit is Heather pranking her son Cody with invisible ink. The boy, obviously quite confused and upset pleas his innocence. That's when they really went viral. Multiple media outlets grabbed onto this story, calling it a form of emotional and mental abuse. 

Now, the parents are claiming the children are in on every prank and the majority of the time, come up with them themselves. They're saying it's all for entertainment purposes, and the media is destroying their family. Do you think Cody looks like he was in on this one? If he was, let's get this kid an Oscar.  You can watch the original viral video below, with a link to their apology below that. 

WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC LANGUAGE

The couple has made it impossible to share their 'apology/confession' video on sites, but you can watch it here. 

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